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## 11/02/17

### Versión actual por: unsubstantiated , 11/02/17

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 Since you asked this question, iFixit added a special standoff bit to their tools catalogue. [product|IF145-343|iPhone Standoff Screwdriver Bit (Item code: IF145-343-1)] I use a 'STANLEY 63-310 U.S.A.' pocket slotted screwdriver for this task. It is good, though not perfect: its blade is just slightly wider than screw head, so it will collide into nearby components. I need to slide it slightly after every half turn, so it overhangs clear/free area, instead of overhanging populated area and bumping into parts. I use a 'STANLEY 63-310 U.S.A.' pocket slotted screwdriver for this task. It is good, though not perfect: its blade is just slightly wider than screw head, so it will collide into nearby components. I need to slide it slightly after every half turn, so it overhangs clear/free area, instead of overhanging populated area and bumping into parts.

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## 11/02/17

### Aporte original por: unsubstantiated , 11/02/17

#### Texto:

```Since you asked this question, iFixit added a special standoff bit to their tools catalogue.

[product|IF145-343|iPhone Standoff Screwdriver Bit (Item code: IF145-343-1)]

I use a 'STANLEY 63-310 U.S.A.' pocket screwdriver for this task.  It is good, though not perfect: its blade is just slightly wider than screw head, so it will collide into nearby components.  I need to slide it slightly after every half turn, so it overhangs clear/free area, instead of overhanging populated area and bumping into parts.```

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